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I have signed up for a demo version of Backpack (www.backpackit.com) and was wondering if anyone else is using it to assist or supplement GTD methodologies.
Thanks in advance,
Has anyone tried using the GTD approach with the Basecamp application? If so, I'd appreciate hearing about the experience and how B/C was adapted to the GTD methods. Thanks in advance. L3
Does anyone here use Basecamp for working in a team for your job? How do you do GTD within this kind of framework? Like, how can you use @actions? How do you juggle a work To Do list with your personal one - which you can't put on Basecamp?
Are there any good GTD apps on Android? I don't know much about the platform. If there are, can their data be synced local somehow?
From what I see so far, the best GTD apps are on the Mac (Omnifocus and Things) and their iPhone/iPod Touch counterparts.
Sad part is, most businesses don't...
After reading the GTD book more, I was convicted of my need to inprove my typing skills. I watched my new department chairman type in his internet password without looking at the keyboard. I thought, "Wow, if I could do that, my life would go so much faster."
For example, I hit the...
I recently learned of GTD and just finished reading David Allen's book; I don't think I've ever read a book so quickly before :mrgreen: .
In any case, I know others have tried this before (many unsuccessfully), but I would very much like to keep track of my projects and tasks using as...
Help! We recently switched to AT&T because my beloved Palm Treo 700p is doing a death march, and Verizon will require us to pay for a monthly data plan no matter what phone we replace my Treo with.
I got an HTC Fuze with the new AT&T contract but despite it's beauty I hate it and am sending it...
I've searched for software timer good for GTD and found one called 'GTD Timer' (http://gtd-timer.com).
I works well and I am going to buy a license for it (free version does not run on Vista Business). What I especially like about it is ability to launch it in a second (Type...
Having had much help with integrating my iPhone into my GTD system from people posting on the forums, I thought I'd share what I've ended up using as a way to contribute in return. It took me days of research and setup. Hopefully I can save some of you some of that time.
I decided I wanted to...
I have a slightly off-topic question for the forum that I thought a bunch of productivity and efficiency minded people might be able to help with. I'm planning a road trip across the United States this summer that will be my third major cross-country trek.
However, the world...
At the moment I have an Palm Z22 with Chapura KeySuite. This synchs brilliantly with Outlook at work and at home.
... And I have a simple pay as you go mobile I also carry in my pocket.
I just want to carry a PDA that can do tasks, notes, calender and contact, synch with Outlook but also...
If I want to give Lotus Notes a try as a sole user, with no need for messaging on my local network, which version would I download? I just want to be able to use it to access my IMAP mail, use calendar, notes, and todos, and use the replication features. Do I need Domino? The website is incredibly...
I listened to the 6/1/09 podcast on "What's the Perfect GTD List Manager". I've listened to all but six (and I'll get to them too) of the 138 podcasts still available and have found a lot of value in them, but the List Manager podcast didn't really meet my needs. The message seemed to be "we're...
I could use software good for jotting down some quick notes or ideas, essentially used to be incorporated later into projects or reference or w/e. something as fast as a pen and paper. free is good too... :) thx
I'm from a company that has recently released http://www.runwayapp.com/, and I'd really appreciate some honest feedback from people who know a thing or two about GTD.
We're a bunch of geeks who use GTD in our daily jobs, and we value applications that do a great job, but get out of our way and...
I have been using MS Outlook 2003 for years as central part of my GTD system.
Lately, I have grown apprehensive about the crashability of Outlook. I am also not comfortable with the .pst file as I feel that if it crashes I won't necessarily be able to get it back.
I have used Outlook 2003...
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I just got a windows mobile 6 pda. I want to put a fast GTD system on it. Currently it comes with Outlook, which I find very unfriendly for GTD. I'd like to either A) make outlook better for GTD, or B) get a new GTD based app for it. Bellow are some specifics on what im looking for.
-It CANT be...
I started a new post because I am now closer to knowing what im looking for thanks to those who helped me in the last one. this kind of app or plug in is too simple not to exist. bellow is everything
- be able to input simple tasks with no do date, alarm or anything, just text basically
I'm looking at both Nozbe and Toodledo, and am trying to decide which to use. Since many of you have experience with both, I'd love to hear feedback.
I'm switching from using tasks in Outlook to a web-based app. I like the way Outlook handles tasks, just not the way it syncs to a smartphone.
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